It has often been observed that although women constitute the majority of supermarket shoppers, the ranks of supermarket executives, and of vendors to supermarkets, have traditionally been filled by men. No doubt that's changing to some degree and more than a few women executives now occupy corner offices. But are those women viewed as a repository of knowledge about shopping? After all, it often happens that even though women are full-fledged executives in their own right, they remain ...
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